Putin to meet with Erdogan in Ankara on September 28 – Kremlin

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SHAFAQNA – Russian and Turkish Presidents Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan have agreed in a telephone conversation to meet in Ankara on September 28, TASS reported Monday. “It has been decided… to continue exchange of opinions on the regional and bilateral agenda during a working meeting in Ankara,” according to the Kremlin press service. The two leaders said it is important to further coordinate efforts on Syria, where the setting up of four de-escalation zones opens the way for peace. They also stressed the importance of further close coordination of efforts by Russia and Turkey for the settlement in Syria.

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